New Delhi, Oct 30 (UNI) The Congress today said the Constitutional process would take its own course in Karnataka, and reiterated its demand for dissolution of the state assembly and elections.
The Party, however, said it was for the Governor to take a decision, even while pointing out that the Judgements of S R Bommai and the one on Bihar would not be applicable in Karnataka.
"What next is the process of the Constitution," AICC General Secretary and former Karnataka Chief Minister Veerappa Moily told mediapersons here today.
On the parading of 129 MLAs by the BJP-JD(S) in Bangalore yesterday, he said : "any number of parading will not hide their opportunism, horse trading and malpractices." Mr Moily said there was no guarantee that there would be stability if the BJP-JD(S) again form a government.
"The very same people who unleashed allegations against each other till a week ago are now trying to rule together. Law such a government can ensure stability ?" he asked.
The kind of opportunism, as exhibited by the BJP and the JD(S), was unknown to Karnataka, he added.